In 2001 I measured more than 400 pounds. I attempted each eating routine I could consider to get in shape. I even worked vis-a-vis with the late Dr. Atkins for two months, and in the wake of charging me a large number of dollars, all the better he could do was shout at me for being so fat. Each eating routine I attempted wound up the same way.
There would be an entire rundown of sustenance I wasnt permitted to eat. Id take after the eating routine to the letter. Id lose a little weight through sheer beast power and resolution. At that point there would come an unavoidable moment that I couldnt take it any longer and Id have a gigantic orgy. Whatever weight I had lost on the eating regimen would return a matter of days, and after a week Id be 5 pounds heavier than when I began the eating regimen. This example of losing 10 pounds and picking up 15 pounds began in 1990, until by September 2001 I came to my crest of 409 pounds.
Then I had turning point. On September 11, I narrowly missed being on UAL flight 93. That experience left me feeling like I was living on borrowed time. Here I was, killing myself working in a high-stress Wall Street job that I hated, and the universe had just given me a second chance.
So I decided to get off of the dieting roller coaster once and for all, and I resolved never to diet again. Instead I was going to try to figure out why my body seemed to be forcing me to gain so much weight. I decided to find out what I could do to get it to want to be thin again. Armed with a solid background in biochemistry from the University of Pennsylvania, I spent 12 hours a day researching everything I could about the hormones, enzymes, neurotransmitters and chemical massagers that cause weight gain.
I discovered that getting thinner reasonably doesnt speak the truth checking calories, yet about making the best possible hormonal environment in your body that is helpful for weight reduction. Since anxiety and intense subject matters can bring about an unfavorable hormonal environment, the issue should be tended to from a brain body point of view. We have to take an all encompassing approach that takes a gander at our mental and passionate life, as much as what and when we eat.
Over a two-and-half-year period I lost 220 pounds, without dieting. Ive been the same weight now for over 10 years and I still dont diet. I eat whatever I want, whenever I want.